Discusses a new report co-authored by Woods Co-Director and Senior Fellow Buzz Thompson and Leon Szeptycki, Woods professor of the practice and executive director of the Water in the West program.
Covers new paper co-authored by Woods Senior Fellows David Lobell (Earth System Science) on using satellites to measure crop yields from space.
Interview with Senior Woods Fellow Steve Palumbi (Humanities and Sciences) on the future of the world's corals.
By Amelia Urry,
Cites a brief by Water in the West researchers which found that the $2.7 billion in Prop 1 funding for water storage could provide six times more storage capacity if spent on groundwater recharge projects than on construction of new...
By Bettina Boxall,
Senior Woods Fellow Steve Palumbi (Humanities and Sciences) discusses the causes and potential impacts of warming West Coast waters.
By Peter Fimrite and Kurtis Alexander,
Woods Senior Fellow Noah Diffenbaugh (Earth System Science) discusses the latest research linking global warming to extreme weather.
By Andrea Thompson,
Senior Fellow Chris Field (Biology, Earth System Science) co-authors a blog analyzing the major takeaways of a recent study led by Woods Center Fellow Marshall Burke (Earth System Science) on the economic consequences of climate change...
By Chris Field and Katharine Mach,
Quotes Senior Fellow Craig Criddle on the surprising results of research on Styrofoam-eating mealworms.
By Ben Gruber,
Quotes Rebecca Nelson, Non-resident Fellow, Comparative Groundwater Law and Policy Program at Water in the West, on how Australia handled an nine-year drought.
By Craig Miller,
Profiles research by Senior Fellow, by courtesy, Rosemary Knight on her work mapping underground water in California's Central Valley.
By Lisa M. Krieger,
Profiles paper co-authored by Woods Senior Fellow Elizabeth Hadly (Biology) on extinctions of large animals in North and South America since humans arrived.
By Peter Fimrite,
Stanford doctoral student Daniel Swain (Earth System Science), a 2013 Rising Environmental Leadership Program fellow, discusses how El Niño will affect California, the Pacific Northwest, and the Rocky Mountain states.
By Daniel Swain,
Quotes Woods-affiliated postdoctoral scholar Ling Cao (Center on Food Security and the Environment) on how China's aquaculture sector will dramatically affect the availability of seafood across the globe.
By Michael Holtz,
Leon Szeptycki, Woods professor of the practice and executive director of the Water in the West program, discusses the concept of privately owning part of a river.
By Natalie Jacewicz,
Discusses findings of study co-authored by Woods Senior Fellows Steven Gorelick (Earth System Science), Barton Thompson (Law) and Scott Fendorf (Earth System Science)
Features study led by Center Fellow Marshall Burke (Earth System Science)
By Seth Borenstein,
Discusses findings of study led by Woods Center Fellow Marshall Burke (Earth System Science) showing that that national economic performance is closely linked to climate change.
By Pete Spotts,
Quotes Center Fellow Nicole Ardoin (Education) on the opportunity to teach people about the environment in informal settings.
By Matthew Bowler,
Profiles a study co-authored by Senior Woods Fellow Eric Lambin (earth system science) and Center Fellow Nicole Ardoin (education) on yellow cedars in Alaska that suggests climate change calls for new models of conservation.
By Story Hinckley,
Senior Fellow Rob Jackson (earth system science) co-authors a blog on newly discovered tiny species.
By Rob Jackson and Molly Michelson,
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